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Private / Royal Garrison Artillery
Remembering Jeremiah Hackett Reg No 42228 born 1882 in Dublin. He was a Bombardier with the Royal Garrison Artillery, He died 20th of April 1918 in Flanders. He is buried in Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium. Submitted by: Daphne Kirwan
Submitted by: Daphne Kirwan
Remembering my grandfather killed in the First World War 10 October 1914. My father Stanley Foskett was 3 years old when he died. As a result of James not returning from the War, Stanley was brought up by James's sister.
Submitted by: Angela Best
A.B.Royal Navy -J33312. Service 1914-1920 (Dreadnoughts)
Our father Charles,age16 years +, loading the guns in a Dreadnought during the Battle of Jutland WW1. Later in WW2 a Column Officer fighting the fires in the London Blitz and always remembered as fearless and beloved by all who knew him.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Leary
909510 118 Field Regt, Royal Artillery
Alun, a POW being transported on the Kachidoki Maru when she was torpedoed on 12 September 1944 while en route to mainland Japan from Singapore. My Father's cousin from Llanrhyddlad, Anglesey. He is remembered with honour on the Singapore Memorial.
Submitted by: Olwen Owen